Parliamentarians from the Republic of Congo met with members of Congolese civil society and ClientEarth at the Ministry of Justice in February for a roundtable discussion on forest conversion and community forestry.
Sanctions for fishing violations are inconsistent and toothless, according to a major report released today by the European Commission.
The High Court has ordered a hearing into the government’s application to delay publication of a crucial clean air plan for the UK.
The UK Government made a last-ditch bid to delay publication of its air quality plans on Friday evening, citing “pre-election proprietary rules”.
ClientEarth has joined over 100 environmental organisations in writing to members of the European Parliament (MEPs), urging them to vote to maintain the ban on subsidies for the construction of new fishing vessels.
The commission published a report on the application of Regulation 1185/2009 concerning statistics on pesticides. Analysis by Ludwig Kramer.
Ludwig Kramer explains why the Commission’s white paper on the future of Europe fails to recognize the environmental challenges facing Europe.
The survey is revealed today to mark Earth Day 2017 – an international day of support for the environment and sustainability.
Coal-free days like today should prompt the government to make the grid ready for a different, cleaner energy mix.
Companies which make zero-deforestation commitments, but don’t take any action, could be held legally accountable under EU consumer protection law.
A judge has fast-tracked ClientEarth, Friends of the Earth and the RSPB’s case over new environmental justice rules.
Poland announces more intense logging in Białowieża Forest, a year after ClientEarth and others lodged a complaint to the European Commission.
James Thornton, CEO of ClientEarth said a snap election is a perfect opportunity for all parties to put the environment and pollution at the heart of their agendas.
The Ombudsman’s letter to the Council demonstrates a structured approach to the question of institutional transparency and demands answers to some significant questions on the Council’s current practice.
England’s 25 year plan for the environment lacks the policies needed to realise the government’s vision
The UK Government’s draft environment plan sets out an ambitious goal, but lacks the details needed to demonstrate how they will achieve their aims.
ClientEarth has triggered an examination of State aid given to polluting Bulgarian coal power plants by submitting a complaint to the EU Commission.
This briefing series provides campaigners with the tools to effectively use the law to protect marine wildlife
ClientEarth has challenged the UK government over its continuing delay on publishing a new emissions reduction plan.
ClientEarth backs Mission 2020, a campaign launched today that aims to reach the climate turning point by 2020 by increasing ambition and urgency on climate action.
New EU measures to tackle palm-oil related deforestation are needed, the European Parliament voted yesterday. The EU is the second largest global importer of palm oil.
Technology could be key to end overfishing, according to a new video showing how cameras and sensors can be used to monitor fishing boats at sea.
The Mayor of London has announced the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will come into effect in April 2019, a year earlier than planned.
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